Ryan Buell spent his most famous days as a young man chasing ghostly images and disappearing and reappearing demons.
We finally received an email stating a later date after I sent a complaint email about never being informed of the cancellation.
That new date was cancelled also and we were told they are coming to Boston in July.
A private Facebook group has emerged offering support to those who paid money for tours, classes, or DVDs created by Buell, but who did not receive services or goods in exchange for their money.
Even Buell’s own Facebook page has a long list of comments complaining about unfulfilled promises of refunds from the Paranormal Research Society.
It shouldn’t matter whether we believe or don’t believe or whether we are Christian or not.
It was a business transaction that was not fulfilled on PRS or Ryan Buell’s side,” she told me.
One year later he told People Magazine he was close to remission.
Yet, he continued to offer paranormal tours and collect advance money for the events.
That’s the organization Buell started before he became a television reality star.
In 2012 Buell announced that he had pancreatic cancer.
I have seen a few folks who also paid for the class be denied access to the whiteboard and class with no refund given. Buell come onto the white board and erase all questions, and complaint posts, asking why it has taken so long to complete this class,” she said.